Sending an e-invoice to the Swedish Chemicals Agency

From 1 April 2019, you as a supplier to the Swedish Chemicals Agency must send us an e-invoice. Note that PDF is not an approved format.


E-invoice alternatives

You can choose between the following alternatives to send an e-invoice to us.


The Swedish Chemicals Agency can receive invoices via the PEPPOL network. In that case, you need to connect via a company that supports your e-invoicing via PEPPOL. Check whether your accounting / invoicing system supplier or e-invoice service can use the PEPPOL network. If they cannot, there are other solutions available on the market to join the PEPPOL network

The Swedish Chemicals Agency PEPPOL-ID is 0007:2021003880.

Learn more about PEPPOL and how you can get a PEPPOL-ID on External link.

Visma Proceedos offers easy invoicing

If you are unable to send electronic invoices through the PEPPOL network, Visma Proceedo offers easy invoicing through their Supplier Center, free of charge. If this is the alternative of your choice, please see contacts below in order to get an invitation to join the Supplier Center.

If you have any questions about electronic invoicing or if you want an invitation to Visma Proceedo Supplier Center, please contact:

Organisation number – VAT number


Reference on the invoice

All invoices must be provided with the name of the customer/contact person as a reference.

Payment terms

The Swedish Chemicals Agency applies 30 days of payment time regulated in Section 2a of the Interest Act (1975:635). We do not accept handling costs or other charges related to invoicing. Interest on late payments and late fees under the Interest Act is approved.

Paper invoice

The Swedish Chemicals Agency can receive paper invoices from suppliers with whom we have contracts signed before 1 April 2019. Send your paper invoice to:

FE 7756
831 90 Östersund

Attach any attachments and specifications.

Billing questions

If you have any questions about invoicing, you can contact us by email at or on phone number +46 8 519 411 00.

Last published 22 December 2021